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THE MORNING OREGONIAN, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2.5. 1914.
SHINTSU MARU HERE
Japanese Craft to Load Creo
soted Lumber for India.
KONGOSAN MARU ASHORE
Cargo of Steamer leaving Sere No
vember 1 1 to Be Lightered After
Accident at Kuroslxlma.
Three Vessels to Leave.
Completing- a voyag-e from Honolulu,
vhlch she began December 13. the
Japanese steamer Shintsu Maru headed
Into the river yesterday and is to pro
ceed to St. Helens, where she will take
on a full cargo of creosoted lumber for
India. The vessel probably will be sur
veyed today by Captain L. Veysey, act
ing for Lloyd's, and she will start work
ing cargo next week. She la of 2980
tons, net register.
Another Japanese carrier to take Ore
gon flr will be the Kenkon Maru, which
the China Import & Export Lumber
Company has under engagement for
The vessel is to come from Hankow,
and la of 4323 tons, net.
Kongosan Mara Ashore.
The Merchants' Exchange received a
telegram yesterday that the Japanese
steamer Kongosan Maru, sailing from
Portland November 11 and bound for
the Orient and Manila via British Co
lumbia and San Francisco, went ashore
at Kuroshima, Japan. Assistance had
been sent to the vessel, it was reported,
and her cargo is to ba lightered. The
vessel was sent away from here by her
owners, Mitsui & Co, carrying 40,000
barrels of flour, that was valued at
$166,782, and 34 tons of pulp, valued at
J782. In British Columbia she loaded
llsh and took on more freight at San
Francisco, leaving the latter harbor
November 19 for ports across the Pa
cific. The harbor will be short three deep
watermen today, as the steamer Henry
T. Scott, which finished discharging
Baltimore coal yesterday, left for Grays
Harbor, and the Grace liner Santa Clara
worked the last of her New York lum
ber last night at the P-ortland mill and
la to load at Astoria today, while the
American - Hawaiian liner Oregonian
will get under way for Puget Sound.
Work la Hastened.
She began to discharge 951 tons on
her arrival Friday afternoon, worked
all night and yesterday, finishing late
at night with a few hundred tons of
' Atlantic Coast freight. The liner was
hurried so that she can go to Puget
Sound and return down the Coast to
San Diego without delay to load some
of the cargo put ashore there from the
Isthmian, of the same fleet, which has
been towed there after being damaged
In southern waters en route for the
One more steamer working In the
river is the Norwegian tramp Tricolor,
at Tongue Point, which is loading an
Australian lumber cargo for W. R.
Grace & Co.
SrEETIXG HELD XEXT WEEK
Both Mtunicipal Docks to Be Ac
cepted Early Xext Tear.
Reports covering operations for the
past month, including revenues and
the percentage of completion of vari
ous projects under way: will be sub
mitted to the Commission of Public
Docks Tuesday morning, the regular
meeting yesterday not having been held
owing to the lack of a quorum.
By the time the Spring movement of
European and Atlantic Coast freight is
on, the second unit of Municipal Dock
Mo. 1 will be ready for use and Mu
nicipal Dock No. 2, on the East Side,
should be accepted. The former Is ex
pected to be patronized by most of the
large lines in both trades, while at
times some will shift to the East Side
wim neavy consignments of machinery
and the like for implement houses. Ap
plications for dock space are looked
for from European lines, more being in
prospect, as there may be a movement
begun to patronize only fleets that In
clude Portland in their Itinerary reg
ularly, which Is not done now except
by those plying via the Orient.
ROSE CITY RACE POSTPONED
"Willamette Being -Filled With Ice
Stops Christmas Event.
Running ice in the river, which ap
peared to increase in quantity yester
day, prompted Captain Rankin, mas
ter of the popular liner Rose City, and
AV. D. Wells, Portland agent for the
San Francisco & Portland fleet, to
postpone "a boatrace scheduled for 11
o'clock this morning, in which eight
crews from the Rose City were to have
It was agreed that while there might
be a clear space from the Burnslde
to the Broadway bridge, it was regard
ed doubtful If conditions would im
prove, and the desire is to have the
contest take place under the most fa
vorable circumstances. The race may
be held on the return of the Rose City
from California, as she is due to sail
Sunday. Should the river be free the
race may be held Sunday morning.
CANADIAN H.YEB RELEASED
Steamer Monteagle .Held by Ad
miralty to Resume Run.
VANCOUVER, B. C, Dec. 24. The
Canadian Pacific Steamship Company
has been advised that the steamship
Monteagle has been released by the
Admiralty and will return to the Vancouver-Oriental
run. The Monteagle is
due at Hongkong in January, from a
port not named, and after an overhaul
ing will come to Vancouver.. The Mont
eagle will be the first of the fleet to
be released by the Admiralty.
The Empress of India, now named
the Loyalty, has been purchased by
the Gaekwar of Baroda as a hospital
ship for Indian troops, and the Em
press of Russia, Empress of Asia and
Empress of Japan are still in the serv
ice of the Royal -Navy. The Monteagle
has been used as a troop transport.
Xews From Oregon Ports.
s COOS BAY, Dec. 24. (Special.) The
steamship George W. Elder arrived to
day from Eureka and sailed for Port
land in the afternoon. The steamship
Breakwater arrived from Portland.
ASTORIA. Or., Dec. 24 (Special.)
The steam schooner Celilo arrived to
day from San Francisco, with cargo for
St. Helens. She remained here for a
few hours to have her hull sheathed
before going up the river.
The steam schooner J. B. ' Stetson
sailed for San Francisco with lumber
The steam schooner Tucatan sailed
for San Francisco and San Pedro with
freight and passengers.
The Japanese steamer Shintsu Maru
arrived from Honolulu and will load
lumber at St. Helens for the Orient.
The steam schooner F. S. Loop sailed
for San Francisco with lumber from
various mills along the river.
The steam schooner Northland sailed
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE.
PKOMPT SERVICE at reasonable r rices. Pa
cific Title Trust Co., 7 Co.. of Com.
ACCORDION fLEAIlX U.
ACCOKDION, KNIFE AND BOX PLEAT
IXCtiCOTING, HEMSTITCHING, HHAID
INCJ. KMBBOIDSKI.NG. EASTERN NOV
EL.T Y Mfg. CO.. bj OTH ST., Nft. OAK.
K. 6T?HAN Hemstltchinir and scalloping,
accord, side pleat, buttons covered, goods
"A'vuscu. man cm era. Aider. al. VAta.
ASS A VERS AND ANALYSTS.
MONTANA ASSAY OFFICE, 142 2d. Gold,
nu platinum bougnt.
HALL & FL1EDNEH, lawyers; consultations
tree, va-u-iu ir-ueaner blag. Mar. 3oU7.
LAWYER; consultation free. Main i'JUS.
UXK'S BUSINESS COLLEGE, Tllford bids.
Portland, Oregon. Phone Main 683.
NORTHWEST RUG CO. Rugs from old car
pets, rai; rugs. 1S3 East 8th. Both phones.
CELLULOID BUTTONS, BADGES.
THE IRWIN-HODSON COMPANY.
S2 5th, at. Phone Main 312 and A 1254.
William Estello and William, Jr., Deveny,
the only scientific chiropodists in the city.
Parlors. ZQ2 Gerlinger bldg.. S. W. corner
2d and Alder. Phone Main 1301.
DR. ETHEL A. SACKS', painless chiropodist.
S06 Panama bids. Phone Main SKJ88.
CHIROPODY and pedicuring. Mrs. M. X.
H11L Offices Flledner bldg. Main 3478.
DR. McMahon. 121 4th, 376 Wms. Chronic
cases; 31 treatments $15. Others less.
CLEANING AND PRESSING.
DRESS SUITS for rent; we press on suit
each week for $1.60 per month.
UNIQUE TAILORING CO.,
309 Stark st., bet. 6th and 6th. Main 514.
Accounts, notes. Judgments collected, "Adopt
Short Methods." Short Adjustment Co.,
828 N. W. Bank: bldg. Phone Main 974.
NETH & CO., Worcester blidg. Main 17S8
No collection, no charge. Established 1900.
HEATH'S DANCING SCHOOL Lessons
dally; class Monday, Friday evenings, 8 to
10. 109 2d st., bet. Washington and Stara.
DR. A. W. KEENE. Majestic Theater bldg.,
351ft Washington St., Marshall 3205.
R. M. wade & Co., 322-326 Hawthorne ave.
ARCHITECTURAL WIRE & IRON WORKS.
Portland Wire & Iron Was., 2x1 and Columbia.
AUTO AND BUGGY TOF8.
DUBRUILLE BUGGY TOP CO., 200 2d St.
BALLOU & WltlGHT. 7th and Oak sts.
BAGGAGE CHECKED AT HOME.
Baggage & Omnibus Transfer, FarH & Davia
BICYCLES, MOTORCYCLES & SUPPLIES.
BALLOU & WRIGHT, 7th and Oak sea.
Royal Bakery & Conf.. inc.. t-lth and Everett.
BREWERS & BOTTLERS.
HENRY WEINHARD. 13th and Burnslde.
CASCARA BARK AND GRAPE ROOT.
ySN BROS.. 1U1 Front St.
CEMENT. LIME AND PLASTER.
F. T. CROWE & CO.. 45 Fourth street.
COKFEE, TEAS AND SPICES.
CLOSSET & DEVEKS, 1-11 N. Front street.
FLEISCHNER. MAYER & CO., 207 Ash St.
Stubbs Electrical Co., 6th and Plue sts.
from Knappton for San Pedro with a
cargo of lumber.
DUE TO ARRIVE.
Name From Date.
Rose City .Los Angeles .In port
Geo. W. Elder -Eureka Deo. 25
Breakwater Coos Bay Dec 27
Roanoke, ........ .an Diego .' .Dec. 27
Bear .Los Angeles .Dec 28
Beaver.... Los Ange'les .Jan. 2
Yucatan -San Diego Jan, i
i DUB TO DEPART.
Name For Date.
Multnomah. ...... .San Francisco. .. -Dec. 25
Yale S. F. to L. A. Dec 23
Harvard . F. to L. A. Dec 2
Geo. W. Elder Eureka Dec 27
Rose City .Los Angeles Dec. 27
Breakwater Coos Bay Dec 29
Celilo San Diego Dec oU
foanoke. ......... Los Angeles. .... .Dec. to
Klamath. ......... San Francisco. .. -Dec. 20
Bear San Diego Jan.-. 1
Northland. ....... .San Francisco Jan 2
Willamette. ...... .San Diego...' Jan. h
Beaver Los Angeles .Jan. ti
Yucatan ..San Diego ..Jan. ti
J. B. Stetson San Diego Jan. 10
San Ramon .San Francisco. ... Jan. 15
EUROPEAN AND ORIENTAL SERVICE.
Glenroy . . .
Glengyle. . . .
Glenroy. . . . .
Glengyle. . . .
. London. .
. London. .
. London. .
. .Jan. SO
. . Mar. 23
Movements ot Vessels.
PORTLAND. Dec. 24. Arrived Steamer
Celilo, from San Francisco. Sailed Steam
ers Henry T. Scott and Shoshone, for Grays
Astoria. Dec 24. Arrived at 7 and left
up at 8:40 A. M., steamer Celilo, from San
Francisco, Sailed at 7:50 A. II., steamer
Yucatan, for San Diego, via way ports.
Sailed at 8 A. M., steamer J. B. Stetson, for
San Pedro. Arrived at 3:30 P. M-. Japan
ese steamer Shlnteu Maru, from Honolulu.
Sailed at 4:40 P. M., steamer F. S. Loop,
for San Francisco.
San Francisco, Dec. 24. Arrived at 2 A
M., steamer Asuncion, from Portland: at 3
A. M., steamer Roanoke, from San Diego;
it 8 A, M., steamer Yellowstone, from Port
land. Sailed Steamer Yosemite, for San
Diego. Japanese steamer Kongasan Maru,
from Portland, for Manila, ashore at Kuro
shima. Assistance sent. Cargo will be
San Pedro, Dec 24. Sailed Steamer
Bear, for Portland, via San Francisco.
Coos Bay, Dec. 24. Arrived at " A. M-,
steamer Breakwater, from 'Portland; steam
er Geo. V. Elder, from Eureka.
Astoria, Dec. 23. Sailed at 0 P. M.,
steamer Northland, for fcan Pedro.
Seattle, Dec. 24. Arrived Steamers Hum
boldt, from Southeastern Alaska; Discoverer
(British), from Liverpool. Sailed Steamers
Mariposa, for Southwestern Alaska; Evelyn,
for New Yorjt; Discoverer (British), for Liv
erpool. toan Francisco. Dec 24. Arrived Steam
ers Yellowstone, from Columbia River; At
las, from Port Angeles; Yosemite, from Ta
coma; Richmond, from Seattle; Tallac, from
Port Townsend; Asuncion, from Astoria;
Adeline Smith, from Coos Bay; Eureka, from
Tacoma; ' Beaver, from Portland. Sailed -
CLASSIFED AD. RATES
Dally and Sunday.
One time 12c
Same ad two consecutive times 22c
Same ad three consecutive times SOc
Same ad six or seven consecutive tlmea. . 60c
The above rates apply to advertisements
under "New Today" and all other claahiii ca
tions except the following:
Situations Wanted Female.
For Rent. Rooms. Private Families.
Rooms and Board. Private Families.
Housekeeping-Rooms. Private milie.
Rate on the above Classifications Is 7 cents
a line each Insertion.
On "charee" advertisements charge will be
based on the number of lines appearing In
the paper, regardless of the number of words
in each line. Minimum charge, two lines.
The Oregonian will accept classified ad
vertisements over the telephone, provided
the advertiser is a subscriber to either
phone. .No price will be a noted over the
phone, but bill will be rendered the follow
ing day. Whether subsequent advertisements
will be accepted over the phone depends
upon the nromptnes sof payment of tele
phone advertisements. Situations Wanted
and Personal advertisements will not be ac
cepted over the telephone. Orders for one
Insertion only will be accepted for "Furniture
for Sale." "Business Opportunities," "Buom
ina Houses" and "Wanted to Rent."
The Oregonian will not guarantee accuracy
or assume responsibility for errors occurrinjr
in telephoned advertisements.
Advertisements to receive prompt classi
fication must be In The Oreironiaa office be
fore 9 o'clock at nurht. except Saturdav
Closlns: hour for The Sunday Oregonian wlli
be 7:30 o'clock Saturday night. The office
will be open until 10 o'clock p. M-, as usual
and all ads received too late for proper
classification will be run under the headin
"Too Late to Classify."
The Oregonian will not be responsible for
more than one incorrect Insertion of any ad
vertisement offered for more than one time.
Telephones: Main 7070. A 086.
EYE, EAR. NOSE AND THROAT.
Treatment by specialists; glasses fitted. Dr.
F. F. Casseday. 517 Oekum bid., 8d & Wasn.
MOTORS, generators, bought, sold, rented
and repaired. We do all kinds of repair
ing and rewinding; all work guaranteed.
H- M. H. Elertrio Co., 81 First st. North.
Phone Main U210.
FOPNDRY AND MACHINE WORKS.
PHOESIX Iron Works, East 8d and Haw
i thorne. General machine and foundry work.
KODAKS AND ALL SUPPLIES; developing,
? r in ting and enlarging. PIKE & MAKK
1AM CO., 343 Washington st.
Engines, boilers, sawmills, bought, sold and
exchanged. The J. E. Martm Co., Portland.
HASTY MESSENGER CO. Motorcycles and
bicycles. Phone Main 58, A 2168.
Emll Thlelhorn. violin teacher; pupil Sevelk.
207 Fleidner bldg. A 4160, Marshall 1.
DR. PHILLIPS, specialist In paralysis, nerv.
ous. chronic diseases. 504 Oregonian bldg.
A FIGHT on high prices.
Why pay $5 to $10 for a
pair of glasses when i
can fit your eyes with
first quality lenses, gold-filled frames, as
low as $1,50 7 Goodman, 1U1 Morrison, near
bridge. Main 2124. Satisfaction guaranteed.
V. S. HOWARD, doctor of optometry, even
ing appointments. Phone Main 1020. 203
DR. R. B. NORTHRUP, 8U8 Morgan bldg.,
cor. Broadway and Washington street. Of
flce phone. Main 849; residence. East 1028.
T. J. GIESLER, Atty-at-Law. 803 Henry.
Win. C. Schmidt, eng. and draftsman.
R. C. WRIGHT 22 years' praotlce, U. S. and
foreign patents. 600 Dekum bldg.
STEIN'S LOAN OFFICE,
26 North 6th St.
PORTLAND WOOD PIPE CO. Factory and
office near 24th and York sts. Main 349
RUBBER STAMPS. SEALS, BRASS SlvNS.
PACIFIC COAST STAMP WORKS.
231 Wash., st. Phone Main 710 and A 2710.
WHOLESALE AND MANUFACTURERS
Albers Bros. Milling Co., Front and Marshall.
WADHAMS & CO., U-7u Fourth St.
, nuu uuuua.
WHOLESALE OiLiT. 411 DEKUM BLDG.
HATS AND CAPS.
THANHAUSEti HAT CO., 63-55 Front St.
HLDES, PELTS. WOOL AND
KAHN BROS.. 1U1 Front street.
LEATHER AND SHOE TRADE SUPPLIES.
CHAS. MASTICK & CO., 74 Front; leather
of every description; taps, mfg. findings.
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER, METAL LATH.
The J. McCracken Co., 1114 Board of Trade.
Sales agent celebrated Roche Harbpr lime.
MEN'S AND WOMEN'S NECKWEAR.
Columbia Neckwear Mfg. Co.. 88 Fifth st.
" IRON WORKS.
PACIFIC IRON WORKS,
STRUCTURAL STEEL PLANT.
BRAD-SHAW BROS., Morrison and 7tn sts
ORNAMENTAL IRON AND WIRE.
Portland Wire & Iron Wka 2d and Columbia
United States Army transport Buford, for
Tides at Astoria Friday.
8 High. Low.
A. M T.8 feet'0:S6 A. M 2.2 feet
8:01 P. M 6.5 feetj2:24 P. M 2.0 feet
' Colombia River Bar Report.
NORTH HEAD, Dec 24. Condition of the
bar at 5 P. M. : Sea, smooth; wind, north-
capt. 4 miles.
Broadway at Taylor.
T O D AY (XMAS) Sd
GREATEST BARGAIN EVER
PRESENTED TO PORTLAND PUBLIC
"THE STOLEN BIRTHRIGHT"
8 BKEI.8 featuring PAT HE FILM
- Tliurlow Bergen and Elsie Esmond
"THE PERFECT THIRTY-SIX."
4-reel Comedy Comments by
"THE STAR OF GENIUS."
Pathe Drama in S Reels.
SEATS SELLING an? Iuie 10c
Think of it Less Than lc a Reel.
WfTT1 f f J J Broadway, at Taylor
11L1U aialn 1, A 1 122.
6 SS, NEXT MONDAY
Matinees Wed.. Fri., Sat.
IN "THE AUCTIONEER."
Evening and Mats., 2. J1.50. $1, 75c, 00c
SEATS NOW SELLING.
Main 2, A 5360
firo. L. Hkir. 1wr
Special Mat. today 2:15. Tonlerht. tomorrow
Mat. and night, the Famous Baker Players-
The remarkable story of a girt burglar as
played by Mrs. Flske. Evenings: 25c, 3oc,
60c, 75c; box fl. Matinees 25c, 60c. Next
week, starting Sunday Matinee "The Re
juvenation of Aunt Mary."
Main 6. Broadway, at Stark. A 1020.
THE BELL FAMILY (9),
In an Artistic Musical Offering
AVON COMEDY FOUR.
M'KAY & ARDLNli, -
KOLB & HARLAN,
HAL & FRANCES,
Lfc.O ZARRELL TRIO.
E. E. CLIVE, the great English comedian,
and five other feature arts.
500 Choice Seats Reserved on Ttequest for
First Night Show.
PR It FS4 Afternoons lOe. lSe
r ftlVIiJ t Nights 13c. 2oo
sHATL D.UTY 230 '
Broadway and Alder.
Gc Where the Crowd Gom.m
Week Dec 21. Walter 6. Howe in "In and
Out"; 10 EUin Amor Arabs; Larry Comer;
Wayne Trio; Beltrah & belt rah; Jos. Calla
han In "Pages of History." Boxes and firt
row balcony reserved, Phones Main 4 636,
OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY
87 liHA.V l AVE- N.
Between Davia and Everett.
Phonea East 1423, B 2515. Open Day
n and NiKhc.
Report all cases of cruelty to this office.
Lethal chamber for email animals.
Horse ambulance for sick or disabled
animals at a moment's notice. Anyone
desiring a pet may communicate with ua.
SHOWCASE, BANK & STORE FIXTURES,
FOR reasonable prices, see Western Fixture
ty anowcase CO., s JN. lutn. AiarsnalL T,4,
STORAGE AND TRANSFER.
. REDUCED BATES.
Goods called for and
Wa pack for ship
MORGAN-ATCHLEY FURN. CO., '
Grand Ave. and East Stark.
Phones East 2929, B 322L
PORTLAND Van & Storage Co.. cor. 15th
ana iearney sta., just completed, new fire
proof warehouse for household effect.
pianos and automobiles, contains separate
lire and vermin-prout rooms, steam-heated
piano-room, trunk and rug vaults; track-
s j. or canoaa snipments, vans tor mov
ing, reduced freight rates on household
gooas to and from East In through cars.
main oou. ail departments.
C O. PICK Transfer & Storage Co. Office
and commodious 4-story brick: warehouse.
separate tron room and fireproof vaults
iur vu.iuao.es. in. w. coi. u ana fine sts.
Planus and Curniture moved and packed
for shipment, special rates made on goods
in our through cars to all domestic and
loreign ports.) Mam 590, A HHd.
OLSON-ROB- TRANSFER CO.
New fireproof warehouse; with separate
room's, . We move and ock household
goods and pianos ana snip at reduced
rates. Auto vans and teams for moving,
Forwarding and distributing agents. Free
trackage. Office and warehouse, 15th and
uoyi sts. Mam oi. A 47.
MANNING WAREHOUSE TRANSFER CO.
inn and Hoyt Sts.
Pianos and household eoods moved.
packed and shipped; reduced freight rates
on an nousenoia gooas to and from feast.
-xnrougn car service. Mam 70s, A 214.
OREGON TRANSFER CO.. 474 Gllsan st.
cor. 13th. Telephone Main 69 or A 1109.
we own ana operate two large class A
warehouses on terminal tracks. Lowest
insurance rates in city.
MADISON-ST. DOCK and WAREHOUSE
umce, 289 Madison. General merchandise
and forwarding agents, phone Main itful.
GREEN and dry Blabwood, blockwood. Pan-
ama u uei -vo., Main ou. a ttoaw.
m PAINTS AND WALL PAPER.
W.p. FULLER & CO., 12th and Davis.
. PAINTS. OILS AND GLASS.
RASMUSSEN & CO.. 2d and Taylor sts.
PIPE, PIPE FITTINGS AND VALVES.
M. L. KLINE, 84-8B B'ront street.
w PLUMBING AND STEAM SUPPLIES.
M. L. ICH.XE. 84-1SB Front street.
PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS.
W. BALTES & CO.. 1st and Oak sts.
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
EVEKD1NG & FAKKBLL, 140 Front St.
ROPE AND BINDING TffDiE
Portland Cordagu Co., 14th and Northrup.
SAND AND GRAVEL.
COLUMBIA DIGGER CO.. foot of Ankeny.
SASH. DOORS AND GLASS.
W. P. FULLER & CO., 12th and Davll.
Portland Iron Works. 14tli and Northrup.
1QRGAN WALL PAPER CO.. 280 2d St.
.WHOLESALE JEWELERS AND OPTICANS.
l licnf BKUB., MUHAWK BLDG.
AUCTION SALES TODAY.
Ford Auction House, 211 1st. Furniture,
torpviB, etc Dale at 6 tr. aa.
At Wilson's Auction House, at 10 A. M.,
AL KADER TEMPLE, A
A. O. N. M. S. Stated ses
sion Saturday, December 26,
at s . M., Masonic Temple,
West Park and Yamhill
streets. Election of officers
and representatives to the
Imperial Council. Concert by
tne band at 7:30 p. M. Visit
Ins: nobles cordially Invited.
iiv order or the Potniar.
HUSH J. BOYD, Recorder.
' OREGON COMMANDER Y.
NO. 1, K. T. Special conclave
Kttday morning, 8:S0 o'clock.
The usual Christmas observ
ance. Prompt attendance at
ir-YXV... II. ""enoance or sojourn ng Lir
Knights will be UDoreciated and that of
C. F. WIEGAND. Recorder.
ALBERT PIKE LODGE, "u. D.
-a. . A.N D A. M. No communi
cation tonight. All members are
reauested to attend divine serv
ices at the Third Presbyterian
L .i"1 and Pine sts.
ii, rH., .7 w k at 1U:15 o'clock A. M.
E- R- rVIE, Secretary.
tv WASHINGTON rflMM AKT.
'1 TCOV .
m, iw. ja. k.. -r special
conclave tnis (Xmas morning,
8:30, fo the usual Xmas ob
servance. All members and
teously Invited to meet with us at this time
T. H. NOLTNER, Sec.
SELLWOOD LODGE. NO 131,
A F. AND A. M. Stated com
munication tnis (Friday) even
ing. 7:30 o'clock. Sellwood Ma
sonic Hall. Visitors welcome.
Bv order W. M.
J. H. BUTLER, Secretary.
PORTLAND AERL NO.
4, F. O. E., meets every Fri
day evening in their hall at
264 H Madison st., cor. of
Third. Visitors welcome. .
VIC CHAPMAN, Sea.
KEGLER In this city, December 24. 1014,
at the Good Samaritan Hospital, Charles
N. Kecler. aged 47 years. Deceased is sur
vived by three brothers and one sister
- Frederick T. and Louis P.. of San Fran
cisco. Cal and William o Kegler. of this
citv. and Mrs. Llllie B. Halstead, of
Ogden. Utah. Remains are at the parlors
of the Skewes Undertaking Company,
corner Third and Clay streets. Funeral
LOWENQARDT In this city. December 24,
at the family residence. 028 Irving street,
Samuel- Lowengardt, aged 80 years 4
months. 14 days, beloved husband of Fan
nie Lowensardt and father of Mrs. Sarah
Dilshelmer. Mrs. Fred Langerman. Mrs.
Freda Relneman. Gustave, Harry and
Carolyn Lowengardt. of this city, and Mrs.
Caro W. Jacobs. of San Francisco.
Funeral announcement later.
RAINBOLDT In this city. Dec. 2. Claude
C. Ralnboldt. aged 34 years, of 369 East
Morrison st. Remains forwarded by the
Holman Undertaking Co. to Bedford Ind
JOHNSON In this city. December 24, at
the residence of her daughter, Mrs George
T. Moore. .843 East Salmon street, Ann
Johnson, aged 81 years, beloved mother of
James Johnscn. of Ontario. Canada, and
David Johnson, of Brandon. Manitoba.
The funeral services will be held at the
conservatory chapel of F. s. Dunning Inc.,
East Side - funeral directors, 414 ' East
Alder street, at 2:30 P. M. Saturday.
Friends invited. Interment Rose City.
WHITE At The Dalles. Oregon, December
23. Johnson White, aged 73 years, late of
1674 HodKe street, this city. The funeral
services will be held Saturdav, December
24. at 2:30 o'clock P. M. at the residence
establishment of J. P. Finley & Son,
MontKomerv at Fifth. Friends ' invited.
Interment at Riverview Cemetery.
ABEL In this city. December 24, Augustine
Abel, aged 27 years, beloved wife of
Leon Abel. Services will be held Sunday,
December 27. at 2 P. M. at the parlors of
Dunning & McEntee. Interment Mount
Calvary Cemetery. Friends respectfully
invited to attend. ' -
URECH At the family residence. Green
burg Station, Dec. 22, Jacob Urech, aged
62 years. Friends Invited to attend funeral
services, which will be held at Holman's
funeral parlors at 2 P. M. tomorrow (Sat
urday), Dec S6. Interment Greenwood
MONROE In this city. December 24, Betty
Brunelle Monroe, aired 1 year, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. carl C. Monroe. 393 College
street. Private funeral services will be
held Saturday. December 28 at 1 o'clock
P. M. at the residence establishment of
J. P. Finley & Son. Montgomery at Fifth.
WARD The funeral services of the late
James Ward will be held at St. Francis
Church at 9 A. M Saturday. Friends in
vited. Interment Mount Calvary Cemetery.
Tbe remains are at the chapel of F. S.
Dunning. Inc. 414 East Alder street.
The only residence unueriaaiug establish
ment in Portland with private driveway.
Main 9, A. l&uu.
J. P. FINLEY & SON.
Montgomery, at Fifth.
MR. EDWARD HOLMAN. the leading
funeral director, 220 Third street, corner
Salmon. Lady assistant. A 1511. Main SOI.
F. S. DUNNING, INC.,
East Side Funeral Directors. 414 East
Alder st. East 62, B 2625.
A R. ZELLER CO.. 6t'2 WILLIAMS AVE
East 1088. C 1008. Lady attendant. Day
anu mgnt service.
DUNNING & M'ENTEE, funeral directors.
f i anu fine, rnone Main 430. Lady at-
r wince ot county coroner.
R. T. BYRNES, Williams ave. and Knott.
cast iho. tj ima. Lady attendant.
P. L. LERCH, East 11th and Clay sta.
iwj" Moieittou Utast i ex.
SKEWES UNDERTAKING COMPANY. 8d
wm v.iay. mam io. a 2321. Laay attendant
MARTIN & FORBES CO.. florists. 347 Wash
ington. Main 26U. A 12U. Flowers for all
occasions artistically arranged.
i ' I . A i; K i." Runs h ,c T.. .-. i .1 . .
fresh cut flowers, icreat variety. Morrison
uet. im ano otn. 'aiain or A 1
PEOPLE'S FLORAL SHOP. 2d and Alder.
"t:s'gna ana sprays, uarsnau
MAX M. SMITH. Main 7215. A 12L Selling
MOUNT SCOTT PARK
Containing; 333 'Acres.
Portland's Only Modern
Hefined, Pleasing Service
Complete Perfect Equipment.
Prices and Terms Reasonable.
Mortgage for Sale
$zo,uuu.uu urst mortgage on
well-developed farm. This is not
a purchase price mortgage. Ar
dress AL 484, Oregonian.
i.njji u . cu tu, ana tarra prop
erty at current rates. Aitrattv.
payment privileges. Loans qulokly
wvou. n you neea money call today
A. H. BIURELL CO.
Northwestera Bank Bnildlnc
Marshall 4114. A 4118.
OX IMPROVED CITY PROPERTY.
Money available within 24 hours after
.receipt of abstract. 6 and 7 per cent.
ROBERTSON & EWING
207-8 JJorthwestern Bask Bids.
Money to Loan
B"a:VU -?UUIF. 5w. SlIIUUi SB15UO,
And Other Amounts. Inquire of Us.
GEO. II. THOMAS.
207 Oak St., Room 2. AInsivorth Blrtir.
On Improved Farm Property
At Current Rates.
WM. MACMASTER "
701 Corbett Buildlns.
Western Bond &
Our Own Money at Current Rates.
KARM AND CITY LOANS.
SO Konrth St.. Board of Trade II Ida;.
CITY AND FARM LOANS
Any Amount at Current Kates.
JOHN E. C 0N AN
iM2 Spalding Bids. Portland. Or.
REAL ESTATB DEALERS.
PALMER-JONES CO., H. P,
w iicoa omjr.
BECK, William Q 815-816 Fa,-ling bldg.
BENEDICT BROS., 930 Hawthorne-aveT
JENNIXQS & CO.. 206 Oregonian. Main 188.
BARRETT BROS., S02 Board of Trade.
fr or bale Lots.
IRVINGTON snap: lot 60x166, on Weidler,
near East a; worm jtfjuu, now fiuoo;
terms. 171 East 23d. Phone East 5B48.
80x100- South and east facing, view lot, on
Ait. -labor, at a saennce. by owner. AR
SNAP FOR CASH.
Close-in corner on East 7th for $1100
casn Aji 4tto, uregonian.
ASTORIA-Warrenton-New Astoria; good lots
iur proxu-Beei&mg Duyers. At. xoae,
1136 Northwestern Bank bldg.
Choice east-facing lot tor 900 cash.
Owner, L. 500, Oregonian.
PORTLAND HEIGHTS EXCLUSIVELY.
Houses. Lots, Sites and Acreage.
JJarshall -1S27. BROOKE. A 8839.
IRVINGTON snap; lot 60x166, on Weidler,
near cast zza; wortn $3ouu; now $191)0;
terms. 171 East 23d. Phone East 684a.
BEAUTIFUL corner lot. Rose City Park. 1
DiocK to car; must sell. sow. AD 4oo,
For Sale Houses.
LET US BUILD YOU A HOME
on your lot or ours; by your own plans or
ours; pay ns like rent.
THE OREGON HOME BUILDERS.
1330 Northwestern Bank Bldg.
BEAUTIFUL 7-room modern bungalow, com
pletely lurnisnea; everytning nign-class;
nice garage; a big snap; $100 down and
$-'5 per month or to suit. See owner, 171
East 23d, near Belmont. Phone B. 694S.
TWO houses, modem in every respect, can
oa naa iar oeiow actual value; good car
service; Al district; $500 cash, balance to
suit; MUST have some cash. See Jordan,
301-2 Lumbermens bldg.
The owner says, "Get me 60c on the dol
lar for my equity" ; incumbrance long
time and easy; everything paid to date
216 Abmgton bldg.
SACRIFICE fine 8-room house, corner lot,
on inuiiiiii, warning instance ; oig snap
at $5000; $500 down and $25 per. month
Owner. 171 E. 23d. Phone East 694S.
$100. $3o CASH. $7.50 c-er month, buys a
tnree-room nouse. west Side, 5c fare, best
value in the city. M. E. Lee. 505 Corbett
BARGAIN bungalow and garage, corner
lot. East Side, $2doO; $l0 per month, in
cluding interest at 7 per cent buys prop
erty. AN 486, Oregonian.
HOUSES and lots from $450 to $1200, triO to
SIOO trash. . to 11A noc mnntt. 1 II ,-.
St.. cround floor.
WILL sell my $1500 house for $3350: lo
cated In Rose City Park. Call 657 East
65th st. North.
SEVERAL fine homes. Irvington, reason
able; mahogany and oak finish; nice lo
cation. East 273. W. H. Herdman
BEFORE New Years-Call me up after
Xmas to get information. Owner. Tabor
THAT VACANT LOT.
WHT NOT TURN A BURDEN INTO
INCOME? WE WILL FURNISH THE
MONEY, BUILD APARTMENTS, RSiil
DiiNCE OR ANYTHING; PLANS FREE.
WE ARE RESPONSIBLE: WE ICNO.V
HOW. TALK. WITH OUR CLIENTS. SliE
OUR WORK.. WILL GIVE BONDS. L. R.
BAILEY & CO., CONTRACTING ARCHI
TECTS, 324 ABINGTON BLDG.
MT. TABOR DISTRICT $2200.
Four-room California bungalow; Dutca
kitchen; stationery tub and built-in fea
tures; cement sidewalks In and paid for
S60 cash and balance monthly; will tak
lot or acreage up to foOO. Fred W. Ger
man Co.. 014 Chamber of Commerce.
WHY Dftv rent when you can buy a three
room house. West Side. 6c fare, for $4..
J&O cash. S7.50 per month? Lot 73x100.
On a large Dicce. of -round like this you
can raise all your vegetables, berries, etc.,
which Is the greater Dart of your living.
M. E. Lee. 505 Corbett bldg.
HOME FOR THE OLD FOLKS, $10.-.O.
Nearly new 5-room bungalow, modern
full basement, built-in features; room fot
3 more rooms upstairs; half a block to
Mt. Tabor car: $00 cash, balance monthl
Fred W, German Co.. 914 Cham, of Coax
5-ROOM modern buntxlow: hardwood floors,
liitht fixtures, etc.: lot 50x100; located in
Rose City park district; will take a lot,
automobile or piano as first payment, bal
ance like rent. BF 482, Oregonian.
BEAUTIFUL 5-room bungalow, readv to
move into: modern, nice lot. one lilock
from the car: price 2aoo; will take va
cant lot as first Dayment. Now is the
time to (ret into your own home. C. M.
Derr. lioo Northwestern Bank bldg.
FURNISHED 5-room bungalow, one block
from the car; larce rooms, fireplace, good
neighborhood, view lot: small cash pay
ment, balance like rent. C. M. DERR.
ii iNortnweBtern Jtlank bldg.
Suburban Rome Properties.
ONION AND CELERY LAND.
A splendid 2-acre tract. 7 minutes' walk
from Tigard station, over an acre in cul
tivation and tiled, prlca $750. $100 down.
$12.50 monthly. Including interest. This is
the cheapest thing in the Tigard district.
Fred W. German Co., 014 Cham, of Com.
GIBSON HALF ACRES.
Good soil, city water, close to carline;
easy terms; will build to suit purchaser.
Phone Marshall 15S5 or Sellwood 470.
JOHN GIBSON, OWNER.
FINE 21-acre suburban home, 5 miles from
business center, on Section Line road;
finely improved; 6 acres fruit and berries;
city water; will sell or trade. Kaste Bros..
618 Henry bldg.
For t?ale Acreage.
ELECTRIC LINE, eight blocks of station;
chicken and iruit ranches near Portland;
. new subdivision near Gresham; 5 acres,
?400. If 500, $700; 3 acres, $50O, $700: 10
acres, $750, a00, $1000 per tract; best
soil, free wood, spring water; acreage at
Scappoose, Or., to $100 per acre.
FRANK M'FARLAND REALTY CO.,
30 Yeon Bldg., Portland, Or.
FOR SALE 140 acres, near Bandon ; 23
acres cleared; good soil; price $25 an acre;
.or will trade for good city property. Write
For Sale Fruit Lands.
FOR SALE 11 acres of Spitzenberg and
Yellow Newtown apple trees, going oa a
years old; y, mile from Sutheriin. on
paved road; has been well sprayed, pruned,
cultivated, irrigated and drained; price,
$600 per acre; $2000 down, balance $500
per year, 6 per cent. Address AV Sua.
For Sale Farms!
SUITABLE FOR A DAIRY.
CO acres. 5 cultivated, 17 slashed and
seeded, very easv cleared, balance good
timber, all fine soil, level, mail and milk
route. 1 mile to schoo4. store and post
office. IS miles west of Portland, fair
house, eood burn, livine water. Price $00
per 'acre. Easv terms. Hostetler & An
derson. 725 chamber of commerce.
FOR SALE or trade. SOO-acro wheat farm
In Morrow County. 2 miles from rail
road: all cultivated,; $30 an acre. For
further particulars write V 402, Oregonian.
FORCED SACRIFICE- WlllametteS0, some
improvements; $2100. Owner, Chauncey
Barney. Oregon City.
WE can sell your farm if your price is right.
100 1st St.. ground floor.
WANTED REAL ESTATE.
WANT good home or vacant lots in VERNON-HIGHLAND
or PIEDMONT districts
in exchange for a strictly modern bunga
low in Rose City Park. See Mr. DeYoutig,
014 Cnamber or commerce.
TO INVEoT in 40-odd acres Of cheap farm
land, major portion unimproved; small
payment: state terms, location and ae
sirable features. Address W Sh3. Ore-
$2500 LOAN on brick business property,
rented at lao per month; property vain
$8000. W;. Coast Investment Co., 216
LOT in Rossmere or Rose City Park; will
pay $300 cash: in reply state price and
location. AC 83. oregonian.
HOUSE, within walking distance, not over
ssuuu. ii 461, oregonian.
FOR SALE TIMBER LANDS.
HAVE for sale about 100 acres of timber
one mile from Lake River, near tho town
of Ridyeneld, aWsh. Sealed bids will be
received for same up to January 1. 1013. 1
reserve the right to reject any or all
bids. Frances B. Hathaway. Rldgeneld,
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
J. M'CRAKEN. S04 M'KAY BLDG.
WANTED TO RENT FARMS.
WANTED By two experienced men, f
ranch, principally for hog and cattle rais
ing, 300 to KiO acres, within 200 miles
of Portland, to operate on shares. See
or write D. A. Norton, 1)06 Yeon bldg.
tion. close in preferred. R.
Oregon City. R. 5. T
TO EXCHANGE REAL ESTATE.
65 ACRES, near Sheridan, in cultivation
house, barn, other outbuildings; 7 acres
bearing prunes; value $10,000. To trade
for city property.
$15,000 income, property to trade for
FAKSaV If you own a good farm in the
Valley, not too near town, and want to
get away from land work, we have
proposition to offer you in the form ..of
income properties that are paying 7 per
cent net on the investment; this property
consists of store building, hotel, furnished,
and 4 dwellings (two 4-room, one 7-room
and one a -room respectlvely ; NO INCUil
This property is in small town, on elec
tric line, in the best valley in West.
SMALL BUSINESS WANTED. '
Have buyer for grocery, restaurant, or
some small business he can handle for
$uoo; another one who wants cigar store
aoout $suu or siuuu.
WEST COAST INVESTMENT CO.,
216 Abington Bldg.
900 acres, ail in cultivation, about 300
of eraln. 60 of alfalfa, about $10,000 worth
of stock and implements; good buildings,
clear of Incumbrance; price $50,000; owner
will consider apartment-house or income
property and will assume $25,000 or $30,
000. PRIGMORE & YOUNGER.
840 Morgan bldg.
350 acres. 70 acres alfalfa, modern 10
room - bunualow. large barn, also 6-room
house, stock and implements; located on
Rogue River. 7 miles to Grants . Pass.
Owner will consider apartment-house or
income property and will assume $25,000
or $30.00O. Price $75,000: mtg. $15,000.
PRIGMORE A, YOUNGER.
849 MorBfn bldg.
MR. PROPERTY OWNER If you have a
nice Improved nroperty worth around $20,.
000 and some cash and want a good, big
dairy farm. rIos, to Portland, on river
and R. R-. all stocked with fine dairy cat
tle, and money coming in every day of the
year, i want to sell it and we might get
together on an exchange. Come and see
me. S. N. Steele. 432 Chamber of Com
merce. Main 25r.
EXCELLENT DAIRY RANCH 246 acres.
near Albany, highly improved and stocked
with imported Holstein cattle, many hogs
and horses and full equipment. Price $:iO.
OOO. Owner will accept good Portland
proeerty to $20,000. balance long time.
C. DeYOUNG & CO.. 514 Chamber of Com
merce. EXCHANGE $385 equity in $2000 home fol
automobile, hoes, horses, cows or lots: one
block to car. near school; payments easy
AG 484. Oregonian.
Have Portland close-in acreage, also lmp'vd
property Grants r'ass. trade for modern
bungalow Room 344 Imperial Hotel.
TO EXCHANGE $2000 equity in good $3500
home ror acreage; no agents. tJnone la
bor 2S10 or address AF 4S5. Oregonian.
WANTED S2500 In merchandise for Im
proved farm. iox laa. k. u. d. No. l
CITY property and acreage to exchange for
a paying cusiness. Korean, iui-s Lumber
SEE JORDAN for all exchanges. He has
many oargains. if- you have some cash.
301-2 Lumbermens bldg.
WILL exchange half Interest in fine store,
Clear real esiaie, close in; we want help
AC 486. Oregonian.
TO EXCHANGE MISCKLLAXEOP3.
6Hx8Vi CAM ERA for sale or trade ftrko'
cak or graflex No. 3. Y 4S3, Oregonian.
Horse. Vehicles. Harness. Ktc.
of horses, vehicles and harness t Colum
bia Stables, -802 Front St., every Thursday
at 2:30. We sell on a commission basis.
Satisfaction guaranteed both buyer and
seller. If you want to sell, bring your
horses to our auction. If you want to buy.
attend this sale.
SPAN marcs. 4 and 6, weight 3150. heavy
boned Clydos, fast walkurs, suitable for
heavy ranch work, and splendid brood
mare, heavy set breecnlng harness and
heavy wagon: bargain: win take in lion
mare In exchar.ge. Star Sand Co.. barn a
Ui and East Flanders.
Korses, mules, vehicles, harness every
Monday and Friday, 10 A, M. : only strlcuy
commission - stables in the city; consign
ment solicited. The McClelland Horse
Mule Co., 240 East hlU. East C315.
HAVE bought auto and will sacrifice my
steel-tire, top. pole buggy; first man witn
$J. star Sand Co.. bain 3, 9ih aud East
1 landers. Also open, steei-tired. piano
j m uuuiucu Harness,
PA,S,?L"RB Ior bead of horses at Astoria;
fi'i'J V inontu. tj.-w. it. & N. boat faru
from Portland to Astoria. $2 per ncsu.
Geo. Chew. 1&7 12th st.. Astoria, Or.
24O0-LB. TEAM. 7 uad S yrs., harness ana
farm waxon and bier brood mare, $lSi
l.ik?s all, rfso East Irving, cor. Union ave..
YOCN'3, sound, 2400-pound team, harness
and farm wagon, $105: 2200-ib. teaui lutr
ncss. $05. 14S Union ave. North.
DEAD HORSES and cattle taken away free
CaJi day or nlshts. Tabor 4203.
FiKST.-CLASS 2-liorse hotel 'bus for salt,
very cheap. St. C?iarl-B Hotel. Portland, or.
HORSE COVERS, stable blankets. Paclfiu
Tent & Awning Co.. 1st and Ankeny.
WAGONS and horses by day, $1.25. I. Cohen"
oSl Water st. Main 220S. Main 60U5.
DEAD horses and animals hauled away free
Woodlawn 20. Portland Rendering Co.
Pianos, Organs and Munical Instrument.
GOING out of business; some pianos from
$0-$150; planolus, $4O-$0O: must be sold,
to 12 o'clock M. Saturday. 441 Stark, cor
ner 12tU st.
ADMINISTRATORS SALE Choice hand
made violins, regardless of value, until
January 1. 82 East 0th st.
PIANO, almost new, standard make, cost
$500; will sacrifice. Owner. Marshall 20S7.
USED AUTO SNAP.
LIBERAL TERMS GIVEN.
We have a number of high-grade used
cars to select from; overhauled and re
painted. NORTHWEST AUTO CO.
Broadway and Couch Sts. '
1914 FORD, 5-pass., practically new, bought
last April, equipped with speedometer,
whistle and shock absorbers; price $o!5.
1912 Studebaker, 30, fore-door roadster,
1915 Buick, 35, roadster, brand new,
FRANCIS MOTOR CAR EX.,
E. 13th and Hawthorne Ava. E. 1199.
7-PASSENGER auto for sale; small pay-
,ici uunu u.im mummy Dayments as de
sired to responsible parties. This is a
high-grade car. in very good condition.
AR 4S5. Oregonian.
FOR SALE -ton Oakland auto truck. In
first-class condition; must get - quick
action; will consider trade for larger truck
or other article. Tel. Main 603. Sam
BARGAINS IN USED AUTOMOBILES.
Large stock. Prices. $3u0 to $750
OREGON MOTOR CAR CO.,
Corner chapman and Alder Sts.
AM leaving city; that is why I am selling
my 1014 Ford car, fully equipped, run less
than 3000 miles, for $3S5 cash. Phone B
Stihl and East !I83.
FOR HIRE, $L5l PER HOUR.
5-passenger. 1014 Ford; rates for trips or
day work; good service. Phone Main 1201
or East 5S5U.
MR. GROCER OR BUTCHER I will de
liver vour orders with a Ford' for $83 per
month. AB 4S5. OreRonlan.
A NO. 1 7-passenKer car; trade for stock, or
country property. ;t'7 East Stjth at.
FOR HIRE. Si. 23 per hour, 5-passenger
For J. Phone "Woodlawn 140.
I WILL, pay you spot cash for your auto.
Francis .Motor Car Ex., E. liith and Haw
WANTED To lease 5-ton auto truck: for
hauling wood. Phone East 112.
Pofid. Birds, ?etStock-
JAPANESE thoroughbred spnfel pups for
eale; the parents were brought over from
Japan owner's hands two months ao.
Koida, K. 2, box if 35, Alilwaukie. Phone
WANTED A Rood male collie or shepherd
between 6 months and year old. A.O 481,
AIREDALE puppies, resist ere and pedi
greed, for sale cheap. E. 6968. 16 E. 13th.
A GOO AIR EDA LB IS A GOOD DOG.
LADD1X KENNELS, ESTACADA, OR.
BLACK-AND-TAN pup for sale. Phone E.
30 HE.D of irood fresh cows, liirse Durham,
Holstein, Jersey and Guernsey; all young
cows. Take Woodstock car to &iUh ave.,
walk four blocks west.
FIVE youne fresh cows; heavy, rich milk
ers. 3 East oOth, cor. Waaliington.
FtESH dairy cow and calf for sale. Call
97 1 Missouri ave. L car.
Furniture for tSale.
COMPLETE contents of refined home for
sale, including artistic oak, Circassian wal
nut and mahogany furniture, rugs, stoves,
mirrors, curtains, etc. 329 East tli sc.
( block from Hawthorne car).
FURNITURE and pianos shipped in througli
consolidated cars to all points East and
South at "reduced freight rates. Pacific
Coast Forwarding Co., 201 Wilcox bld.
Phone Marshall 2467.
GOING East, mutt sacrifice beautiful nuw
furnish in trs ot i-room bungalow. Call
and make me ofTex. 1110 East ' Mill st.
Phone Tabor 1702.
WE save you from 00 to 75 per cent on all
makes of typewriters; send for our illus
trated folder. Retail department WHOLE
SALE TYPEWRITER CO., 21 Wash. bt.
TYPEWRITERS for rent, S months for o
and up: 6 months rent applied on pur
chase price. Remington ypewrlter Com
pany, 86 Broadway, Portland, Or.
NEW. rebuilt second-hand rentals at cut
rates. P. XX. C. 2ul Stark st. Main 140 i.
SPECIAL XMAS BARGAINS.
L. C. Smith, $27.50.
And many others from $10 to $65. The
Northwest Typewriter Co.. 2ti2 Stark st.
sold on very east payments; rented one
week $1, one mo. $3, 2 mo. $3. Repaired
bv experts We call for and deliver.
SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO.,
Mar. 721. ' S&2 Morrison st. A 5110.
SEWING machines of all makes, new and
seconu-nanu bargains ; up with a writ
ten guarantee to sew perfect; machines
rented and rent applied on purchase price.
Phone for rates. Main 9431. Sewing Ma
chine Emporium. 19u 3d, near Taylor.
CASH registers (National), sold on easy
montnly payments; ait registers guaran
teed. THE TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE.
Basement Majestic Theater bldg.
HUNTING season is now on; bargains in
rifles, shotguns, revolvers, all makes,
cheap. Beauregard's, 702 Main st. Van
RENT visible typewriters 3 months for
delivered. Call at 244 Stark St., or telc
nhnn Main e.73 or A 4441.
WRECKAGE wood, sawed stove length, $2.75
nor load, delivered : SDecial dtiim & inUn
or more. J. Simon & Bro. Main 2002.
$73 BUYS diamond ring, 38 dr monds set
in platinum. a-u juioer .xcnaiige bldg..
2d and Stark sts.
DIAMOND house paints, trictly pure; nia
in uregon; per gauon, i.uo. Portland
Paint Co., 230 Front st. Marshall 100.
HOCHFELD'S CAMERA EXCHANGE. "
I buy. sell and exchange kodaks, cam
eras and lenses. 44 fa 3d st. North.
PIANO credit check for $122.50 for sale $30
Call 28 N. 4th.
1P00 BUSINESS CARDS, $L
Ryder Ptg. Co., S. W. cor. Sd and Morrison.
FERTILIZER Rotted cow, horse manure,
delivered by tho load. East 1573. B 340li.
FINE mahogany victrola
it a, sacrifice.
SA FES New and second-hand;
103 First s
GOOD APPLES SOc to 6k? per box. Pacific
mwi tt3. r,dat i i u Mauison 818.
WANTED Mahocany ronton deBk and.
cuair: want bargain. AB 4S1, Oregonian.